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  • VIDEO: 2016 Capital City Pride Parade

    ​Long lines of spectators lined Capitol Way as picture-perfect weather greeted participants of the biggest Capital City Pride Parade in years on Sunday. Starting in front of the Legislature Building on the Capitol Campus, the parade proceeded to Heritage Park, site of the Pride festival.

​Long lines of spectators lined Capitol Way as picture-perfect weather greeted participants of the biggest Capital City Pride Parade in years on Sunday. Starting in front of the Legislature Building on the Capitol Campus, the parade proceeded to Heritage Park, site of the Pride festival. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
​Long lines of spectators lined Capitol Way as picture-perfect weather greeted participants of the biggest Capital City Pride Parade in years on Sunday. Starting in front of the Legislature Building on the Capitol Campus, the parade proceeded to Heritage Park, site of the Pride festival. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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